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Old 23.11.2018, 17:25
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So because you have found something different this leads you to beleive that you maybe able to break other contracts that no longer suit you.


I wonder how you will feel when you've moved to your new job and settled in when you new boss, say well ,we've changed our mind so we're just going to break the contract with no reference to any of the clauses that may mean we have to pay something to you.
Depending on where OP goes, they don't need to break a contract. They can just dismiss him during probation time.
And again he sits there with a rental contract

Spontanious people should just be ready to pay up the full time - it usually works out better than that in the end (might be the relaxed attitude when looking for a "Nachmieter"). Always worked for me, I don't remember ever having moved house the official way/times.
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Old 23.11.2018, 17:28
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Depending on where OP goes, they don't need to break a contract. They can just dismiss him during probation time.
And again he sits there with a rental contract

Spontanious people should just be ready to pay up the full time - it usually works out better than that in the end (might be the relaxed attitude when looking for a "Nachmieter"). Always worked for me, I don't remember ever having moved house the official way/times.
thanks curley for nice comment about my professional future...
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I'm speaking now as a landlord and have experienced this problem several times.
Even a legally binding contract can be renegotiated, so my advice is negotiate with them and maybe they will agree to let you go.
Thanks you for feedback from another side. I certainly not planning to leave without finishing all the hand over or give back procedure. If there is nothing showing on the horizon, I will try to re discuss with the landlord. Good renters to you too.
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Old 23.11.2018, 19:10
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Thanks you for feedback from another side. I certainly not planning to leave without finishing all the hand over or give back procedure. If there is nothing showing on the horizon, I will try to re discuss with the landlord. Good renters to you too.



Excellent way of proceeding !!
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Hello!

I accepted a job abroad and am planning to leave sunny Lugano at the end of Dec. My rental contract, on the other hand, does not allow cancelling before 30.06 so the usual find a new tenant story kicks in. I have been looking for somebody for 2 weeks now and it is getting quite challenging, seems like the market is saturated. Despite the quite good price and location (in my view), people just check the place but do not apply. I am non-EU and have B permit bounded to my employment so when I am no longer employed I am not legally allowed to stay in CH and I assume rent an apartment. I know there is a possibility to break the rent due to the important reason, could this be one? Is there any other way out? I have already informed the agency about the termination of course.

Thanks a lot for your help.
I lost my job in May 2019.
Iím not EU resident.
Iím non EU resident. I donít have any permission to leave in switzerland.
I didnít find a job in Switzerland within 6 months.
Still no job.
Iím planing to leave Switzerland this month.
Still my obligation continue? Still till September I have to pay my rent?
I look Alternative tenants but only one of them want to give offer but land lord refuse it.
So no new tenant candidate.
How I can stop to pay rent?
Any chance?
My house contract continue till September 2019.
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